Is Tony Stewart the biggest whiner in...

Is Tony Stewart the biggest whiner in NASCAR?

There are 81 comments on the AutoWeek story from Mar 26, 2013, titled Is Tony Stewart the biggest whiner in NASCAR?. In it, AutoWeek reports that:

Jeff Gross, Getty Images - Tony Stewart, right, is just 22nd in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points after five races.

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“RaiderNation of Domination”

Since: May 07

Some West Texas County

#44 Apr 6, 2013
Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>But, I don't think we think he walks on water.
He wasn't born to a virgin or nailed to a cross either
CatRod53

Harvey, IL

#45 Apr 7, 2013
TexasRaider wrote:
<quoted text>
Tony Stewart is without question the biggest snob in Nascar...as long as he complains about guys like Lagano blocking him and then picking fights with them after the race but turns around and blocks a guy himself and acts like it's just part of racing, he will lose more respect than he's ever had...As for all the Stewart fans out there, they are the same way because they idolize him too much
Well, you're one to talk. You claim Tony picks fights, but that's exactly what you're trying to do!

I'm certain you speak mostly just for yourself - Texans are not generally known as the most avid Nascar fans, but usually nicer and smarter than you sound.
Carolyn

Erie, PA

#46 Apr 7, 2013
CatRod53 wrote:
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Well, you're one to talk. You claim Tony picks fights, but that's exactly what you're trying to do!
I'm certain you speak mostly just for yourself - Texans are not generally known as the most avid Nascar fans, but usually nicer and smarter than you sound.
Good one, Cat. I always enjoy your replies. You always make sense without getting nasty like some posters on here. Umm, me included.
How does it feel to be back at work? Hope you are mending nicely. Enjoy the race.
stick13

Madison, WI

#47 Apr 7, 2013
Tony has NO respect for Logano, that amplifies his negative emotions. Seems a lot of drivers lack respect for Logano.

“RaiderNation of Domination”

Since: May 07

Some West Texas County

#48 Apr 7, 2013
CatRod53 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, you're one to talk. You claim Tony picks fights, but that's exactly what you're trying to do!
I'm certain you speak mostly just for yourself - Texans are not generally known as the most avid Nascar fans, but usually nicer and smarter than you sound.
I know I'm not the smartest when I comes to any kind of sports, but I don't go blabbing about something unless I'm certain it's true and when proven wrong it ain't that difficult to say "I was wrong". Bottom line is, I don't care if you're talking a nascar driver, football team, baseball team, wrestler, or whatever, their fans will defend them no matter what...I get pretty disgusted when the raiders get flagged for something silly but our opponents get away with something obvious...Trash talking is just all part of it.

Since: Nov 11

Rockmart, GA

#49 Apr 7, 2013
They are all whiners. What's new? NASCAR = National Association of Sippy Cups and Racers.
CatRod53

Harvey, IL

#50 Apr 7, 2013
Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>Good one, Cat. I always enjoy your replies. You always make sense without getting nasty like some posters on here. Umm, me included.
How does it feel to be back at work? Hope you are mending nicely. Enjoy the race.
Thanks Carolyn - always fun to read your responses, too.

The morning goes so fast for me, I have a great support team so that I don't feel overwhelmed, but I'm enjoying my afternoon naps.:) Can't get used to them though, might start working 6 hrs a day on the 15th.

Race wasn't too terribly boring, enjoyed lead changes, but poor Tony. He worked hard to make it to the top 10, then fell back into the teens. I still am not sure why he qualified so poorly, I thought he usually did pretty good at M'ville. Oh well, as the drivers say, let's look forward to next week.

Have a great evening!
Carolyn

Erie, PA

#51 Apr 7, 2013
CatRod53 wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks Carolyn - always fun to read your responses, too.
The morning goes so fast for me, I have a great support team so that I don't feel overwhelmed, but I'm enjoying my afternoon naps.:) Can't get used to them though, might start working 6 hrs a day on the 15th.
Race wasn't too terribly boring, enjoyed lead changes, but poor Tony. He worked hard to make it to the top 10, then fell back into the teens. I still am not sure why he qualified so poorly, I thought he usually did pretty good at M'ville. Oh well, as the drivers say, let's look forward to next week.
Have a great evening!
Thank you, Cat. You, too, have a great evening, and take it easy at work. Always nice hearing from you.
CatRod53

Harvey, IL

#52 Apr 7, 2013
TexasRaider wrote:
<quoted text>
I know I'm not the smartest when I comes to any kind of sports, but I don't go blabbing about something unless I'm certain it's true and when proven wrong it ain't that difficult to say "I was wrong". Bottom line is, I don't care if you're talking a nascar driver, football team, baseball team, wrestler, or whatever, their fans will defend them no matter what...I get pretty disgusted when the raiders get flagged for something silly but our opponents get away with something obvious...Trash talking is just all part of it.
I think it's easy to get wrapped up in sports, and some fans do go overboard. We have to accept the fact that we are all entitled to our own opinions, and it's usually not very hard to distinguish between the fans doing just that and the fans who interpret their opinions as actual facts.

Fans have been insulted, injured, or worse at some sporting events just because they support the opposing team. I think that's very sad and arrogant of those that confront them.

Your put downs about Tony and his fans come across as obnoxious and opinionated to me. I don't deny your right to feel that way, and neither should you be surprised that not everyone accepts them as true statements, or agrees.
SteveSharer

Lombard, IL

#53 Apr 7, 2013
Patty Spitler, of Pet Pals TV, hosted the event with Sarah Fisher and Tony Stewart (by video) opening the evening with words of inspiration
In addition, we extend our sincere thanks to the following businesses for their generous support:
Tony Stewart Foundation
· Sarah Fisher Hartman (Stewarts race car builder)
· The Sanctuary
· Pet Pals TV
· Liz Kaye Photography
· Periculum Capital Company, LLC
· WFYI
· Lilly
· Payne & Mencias Group/Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
· Community Health Network Foundation
· Puppy Playground
· Community Health Network - Hook Rehabilitation Center
· Little Dreamers
· Sim-Pac Incorporated
· Community Health Network
· SmallBox
· J.P. Morgan, Private Banking
· Walker
· Blice Edwards
· Printing Partners
· Whiteland Raceway Park (Stewarts Indy Racetrack)
http://www.icandog.org/events/a-decade-of-dog...

ICAN appears to support only religious Caucasian inmates and the beneficiaries of the dogs they train appear to be only Caucasian as well. Odds are, most of the recipients of the prison trained dogs ($900) are affluent enough to pay for the dogs on the open market ($16,000) and this is another case of wealthy people taking advantage of prison slave labor.
CatRod53

Harvey, IL

#54 Apr 8, 2013
SteveSharer wrote:
Patty Spitler, of Pet Pals TV, hosted the event with Sarah Fisher and Tony Stewart (by video) opening the evening with words of inspiration
In addition, we extend our sincere thanks to the following businesses for their generous support:
Tony Stewart Foundation
· Sarah Fisher Hartman (Stewarts race car builder)
· The Sanctuary
· Pet Pals TV
· Liz Kaye Photography
· Periculum Capital Company, LLC
· WFYI
· Lilly
· Payne & Mencias Group/Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
· Community Health Network Foundation
· Puppy Playground
· Community Health Network - Hook Rehabilitation Center
· Little Dreamers
· Sim-Pac Incorporated
· Community Health Network
· SmallBox
· J.P. Morgan, Private Banking
· Walker
· Blice Edwards
· Printing Partners
· Whiteland Raceway Park (Stewarts Indy Racetrack)
http://www.icandog.org/events/a-decade-of-dog...
ICAN appears to support only religious Caucasian inmates and the beneficiaries of the dogs they train appear to be only Caucasian as well. Odds are, most of the recipients of the prison trained dogs ($900) are affluent enough to pay for the dogs on the open market ($16,000) and this is another case of wealthy people taking advantage of prison slave labor.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =1jjBo93K8T0XX
I hope your posts are beneficial therapy for you, because judging by lack of responses, I'm doing you the courtesy of letting you know that I'm not sure anyone pays attention to them.

You've made your point that you don't approve of Tony or anyone/anything associated with him. If that doesn't change anything but makes you feel better, I hope it is worth it to you.
GO TONY GO

Elk Grove Village, IL

#55 Apr 8, 2013
Just don't understand why some come on a drivers forum they do not like and post nasty comments. If you do not like a driver why waste your time and energy posting. Just move on to some driver you like and post. I would rather enjoy posting with fans of the driver I like and have a nice discussion rather than post nasty comments then bash the fans who defend the driver they like. JMO

“RaiderNation of Domination”

Since: May 07

Some West Texas County

#56 Apr 8, 2013
GO TONY GO wrote:
Just don't understand why some come on a drivers forum they do not like and post nasty comments. If you do not like a driver why waste your time and energy posting. Just move on to some driver you like and post. I would rather enjoy posting with fans of the driver I like and have a nice discussion rather than post nasty comments then bash the fans who defend the driver they like. JMO
Some threads intertwine with the Nascar forum in general...I like Matt Kenseth myself.
GO TONY GO

Elk Grove Village, IL

#57 Apr 9, 2013
TexasRaider wrote:
<quoted text>
Some threads intertwine with the Nascar forum in general...I like Matt Kenseth myself.
I understand guess they interwine but the nastiness because you don't agree and just keep bashing gets old. Kenseth not my favorite but is a good driver think his move to Gibbs was a good choice. I think he has a good chance this year. I wish we can just discuss. Tony and team need to get a better handle on the car.

“RaiderNation of Domination”

Since: May 07

Some West Texas County

#58 Apr 10, 2013
GO TONY GO wrote:
<quoted text>
I understand guess they interwine but the nastiness because you don't agree and just keep bashing gets old. Kenseth not my favorite but is a good driver think his move to Gibbs was a good choice. I think he has a good chance this year. I wish we can just discuss. Tony and team need to get a better handle on the car.
It's just living proof that what Jeff Foxworthy said in his comedy bit "Jeff Gordon Enunciates" is true when he said that he hessitates talking about Nascar when he's on stage because Nascar fans will start fighting with each other because every one of them has a driver they love & a driver they hate
GO TONY GO

Elk Grove Village, IL

#59 Apr 10, 2013
TexasRaider wrote:
<quoted text>
It's just living proof that what Jeff Foxworthy said in his comedy bit "Jeff Gordon Enunciates" is true when he said that he hessitates talking about Nascar when he's on stage because Nascar fans will start fighting with each other because every one of them has a driver they love & a driver they hate
LOL So true
SteveSharer

Lombard, IL

#60 Apr 10, 2013
CatRod53 wrote:
<quoted text>
I hope your posts are beneficial therapy for you, because judging by lack of responses, I'm doing you the courtesy of letting you know that I'm not sure anyone pays attention to them.
You've made your point that you don't approve of Tony or anyone/anything associated with him. If that doesn't change anything but makes you feel better, I hope it is worth it to you.
This is whats important.
Tony Stewart’s foundation for disabled children supporting a prison program led by a convicted child killer?
ICAN is a prison dog-training program Stewart supports and high-profile child killer Melinda Loveless is an active dog trainer there. Melinda masterminded the 1992 kidnapping, 10 hr torture, and murder (burned alive) of 12-yr-old Shanda Sharer.
Fellow inmate and assisted murderer of Shanda, Hope Rippey was in the ICAN program and was released early under suspicious circumstances.
Search:“Hope Rippey”+”Early Release”

ICAN’s mission statement is,“To qualify for the program, offenders must have a background clear of violent behavior.”
So why is Melinda, and Hope before her in this program? Indiana prisons are overflowing with non-violent offenders, so better choices are available.

There is no way Tony does not know about Melinda and Hope with his active support and participation with this prison program.
Stewart should pull his support of ICAN until Melinda is removed from the ICAN program as their mission statement requires.

Tony Stewart’s affiliation to ICAN
Search “ICAN”+”Tony Stewart Foundation”

Time: November 10, 2012 from 5:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Indiana Roof Ballroom
City/Town: Indianapolsi
Event Type: fundraiser, celebration
Organized By: Dino Sierp – ICAN
ICAN'S Decade of Dogs - 10 years of unleashing abilities and changing lives - on both ends f the leash.
Nascar Champion Tony Stewart and Indy Car Team Owner, Sarah Fisher are honorary co-chairs.
http://community.petpalstv.com/events/ican-de...

The pups were donated by the Tony Stewart Foundation to the Indiana Canine Assistance Network.
The correctional facility here is the fourth prison to work with ICAN.
http://flyergroup.com/local/x1896326263/Inmat...

Irwin also said that ICAN partners with the Tony Stewart Foundation for financial support,
http://www.zoominfo.com/CachedPage/...
Carolyn

Erie, PA

#61 Apr 11, 2013
SteveSharer wrote:
<quoted text>This is whats important.
Tony Stewart’s foundation for disabled children supporting a prison program led by a convicted child killer?
ICAN is a prison dog-training program Stewart supports and high-profile child killer Melinda Loveless is an active dog trainer there. Melinda masterminded the 1992 kidnapping, 10 hr torture, and murder (burned alive) of 12-yr-old Shanda Sharer.
Fellow inmate and assisted murderer of Shanda, Hope Rippey was in the ICAN program and was released early under suspicious circumstances.
Search:“Hope Rippey”+”Early Release”
ICAN’s mission statement is,“To qualify for the program, offenders must have a background clear of violent behavior.”
So why is Melinda, and Hope before her in this program? Indiana prisons are overflowing with non-violent offenders, so better choices are available.
There is no way Tony does not know about Melinda and Hope with his active support and participation with this prison program.
Stewart should pull his support of ICAN until Melinda is removed from the ICAN program as their mission statement requires.
Tony Stewart’s affiliation to ICAN
Search “ICAN”+”Tony Stewart Foundation”
Time: November 10, 2012 from 5:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Indiana Roof Ballroom
City/Town: Indianapolsi
Event Type: fundraiser, celebration
Organized By: Dino Sierp – ICAN
ICAN'S Decade of Dogs - 10 years of unleashing abilities and changing lives - on both ends f the leash.
Nascar Champion Tony Stewart and Indy Car Team Owner, Sarah Fisher are honorary co-chairs.
http://community.petpalstv.com/events/ican-de...
The pups were donated by the Tony Stewart Foundation to the Indiana Canine Assistance Network.
The correctional facility here is the fourth prison to work with ICAN.
http://flyergroup.com/local/x1896326263/Inmat...
Irwin also said that ICAN partners with the Tony Stewart Foundation for financial support,
http://www.zoominfo.com/CachedPage/...
Enough of this crap. Nobody cares.
Ford Man

Midlothian, TX

#62 Apr 11, 2013
He's just jealous that he won't ever have as many championships as Jimmie or Jeffie...Brad Keslowski will be the first to win back to back championships in two different makes since Cale Yarborough

I anxiously await the day that we don't have to hear about Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, and Tony Stewart ever again.
Big C

Luxemburg, WI

#63 Apr 23, 2013
Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>What can you tell us about your svelte body? Is it the same as when you graduated from high school. I bet not. Do you have some scales you can weigh yourself? Probably can't see how much you weigh what with the big belly hanging halfway to your knees.
Tony might be fat as you claim, but he sure as hell has more going for him than you will ever have. Still on welfare?
right back at you. I bet you never miss a meal you big cow

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